History of the Restoration Movement


Cecil Edward Abercrombie, Sr.

1918-1976

C.E. Abercrombie was a preacher of the gospel who lived in the Birmingham, Alabama area. In the 1950s he debated a number of preachers on the no-class/no-institutionalism issues of that day. He debated such men at W. Curtis PorterJohn T. Lewis, Leroy Garrett, Rex Turner and W.C. Phillips. He also held a debate with a denominational preacher W.W. McMickin of the Church of God. He passed from this life July 23, 1976, and is buried in the Jefferson Memorial Gardens East Cemetery in Trussville, Alabama

Note: For a Fuller List and dates of debates, see Find-A-Grave.

 

Directions To The Grave of C.E. Abercrombie

Cecil E. Abercrombie, Sr. is buried in the Jefferson Memorial Gardens East Cemetery in Trussville. Alabama. Head NE of the city on I-59. Go south one exit on I-459. Then head east on the Gadsden Hwy. (Hwy.7,11). The cemetery will be on your right

GPS Location
33.60039639,-86.63621333

 

 

 

 


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ABERCROMBIE
Dorothy D. 1920-1995
Cecil E., Sr. 1918-1976

Cecil E, Sr.
1918-1976

 

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